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ATFAL - Bambini in conflitto con la Legge, non con il Diritto

Afghanistan

Initiative timeframe: 2013/2016

Total initiative costs

€ 543,789.0
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 543,789.0

Status

25 Complete
25%

Afghanistan


Location

Kabul and Herat

The ATFAL project in the field of juvenile justice is part of the commitment of the Italian Cooperation in Afghanistan since 12 years in the field of justice, in particular juvenile justice, with a strong reference to issues relating to children's rights. The action, implemented by CIAI and Aschiana, the local NGO partner of the project, with great attention to the situation of the girls, aims at contributing with an integrated approach to the overall strengthening of the case management system for children in conflict with the law in Kabul and Herat. The foreseen activities (May 2014 – April 2016), ranging from capacity and institutional building, community development, direct support to rehabilitation centres, target both children in conflict with the law, institutions and local communities. read more close

Main outcome

Contribute to the strenghtening of Juvenile Justice in Afghanistan.

Initiative data

Initiative number 010180
Purpose Legal and judicial development
Sector I.5.a. Government & Civil Society-general, Total

Subjects

Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority Ministry of Justice
Representative walter.zucconi@coopitafghanistan.org
Other financiers The total cost of the project is Euro 776.841,00 DGCS contribute is of Euro 543.789,00 NGP contribute is of Euro 233.052,00

Beneficiaries

Direct beneficiaries: 50 judges, 120 national security officers (police etc), 120 social workers, staff of Ministries and institution in charge of the management of the Juvenile Justice (Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disables, Ministry of Women Affairs), 150 people between teachers, school supervisors, parents, representatives of the religious authorities, leaders of local communities into Kabul and Herat municipalities, media operators involved in community development activities, 409 juveniles from the Juvenile Rehabilitation Centers in Kabul and Herat (42 girls).

Beneficiaries of which females 10.0%
Title € Committed € Used
ATFAL ? Children in conflict with the LAW, not the Right 543,790 543,746
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